The decision for Tony Romo to have surgery on his injured collarbone was just the beginning, as he also had to elect which surgery he would subject himself to.
In March the Dallas Cowboys' quarterback underwent the Mumford procedure on his left clavicle, to reinforce the fragile bone which he broke twice in 2015.
On Thursday, Romo offered Cowboys' fans an encouraging update on his status, just a couple of weeks after going under the knife.
“My surgery has healed up nicely,” Romo said on Twitter. “Looking forward to OTA’s and a full offseason. Let’s go!”
This has to come as good news to fans, as his timeline away from football related activities was set at 6-8 weeks. If anything Romo seems like he's ahead of schedule.
He has been seen at events without his arm in a sling, which is very encouraging as well.
My surgery has healed up nicely. Looking forward to OTA's and a full offseason. Let's go!
My surgery has healed up nicely. Looking forward to OTA's and a full offseason. Let's go!— Tony Romo (@tonyromo) March 31, 2016
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